Less is more in the paint-and-body arena, and Kevin's truck proves it. Instead of altering too many factory lines with an extensive shave job, Kevin chose to leave the door handles and upper cab trim. He did shave the running lights and add both a billet grille and cowl-induction hood however, giving the truck a performance edge. Out back, the bumper was replaced with a roll pan and the tailgate was shaved and reworked to open sideways via a linear actuator. A new wood bed floor was stained and installed along with new wheeltubs from a Fleetside and smooth sheetmetal to add the perfect finishing touches to otherwise classic styling.

Up to this point, Misha Munoz's shop, Divine One, was responsible for giving Kevin's ride a fresh lease on life, so why stop there? Misha sprayed DuPont Fire Apparatus Red over the entire truck and then went deep inside the cab to up the ante. Late-model Chevy Silverado bucket seats received new covers made from leather and suede materials as did the custom center console and new door panels. Dakota Digital gauges took up residence in the dash and console to keep tabs on vital engine and suspension readings. A Pioneer head unit was relocated to the center of the custom dashcover, and Kicker L7 subwoofers found a home in the rear of the console. All told, Misha stuffed six speakers and two amps into the C10's cab.

There's a line in the famously bad movie mockumentary of rock bands, Spinal Tap, that epitomizes the mantra behind Kevin's latest build. In the movie, the band's lead guitarist tries to convince a documentary filmmaker that his guitar is the loudest in the world because the volume knob on his amplifier goes to 11 instead of 10. This is definitely not a Spinal Tap moment for Kevin. Indeed, his truck is a true 11 in a world full of 10s.

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GM Performance Parts 572-cid crate engine / AOD 4L80E transmission / hand-fabbed 3-inch air intake with K&N filters / Demon carburetor / Hooker headers / Flowmaster 3-inch exhaust / MSD 6AL ignition system / custom aluminum radiator / Optima RedTop batteries / steel-braided plumbing throughout / chrome alternator / billet pulleys
By: Misha Munoz at Divine One, Las Vegas, Nevada

17x9 one-off Boyd Coddington
Rear: 17x15 one-off Boyd Coddington

200/45ZR17 BFGoodrich g-Force T/A KDW
Rear: LT345/55R17 BFGoodrich Sport Truck

Air Ride Technologies Strong Arms / ART 2,600-pound airbags
Rear: ART four-link / ShockWave 9000 sleeve 'bags
Accessories: ART Big Red electric air valves / two Viair 215C air compressors
Chassis: Smoothed and painted / plated with 1/8-inch steel and C-notched / four-wheel disc brakes / every nut and bolt is polished stainless steel
By: Misha Munoz

Body Mods:
Rear wheel wells have been tubbed / side-swinging tailgate on a linear actuator /Bruce Horkey wood bed floor
BY: Misha Munoz

Custom Paint:
DuPont Fire Apparatus Red
BY: Misha Munoz

Chevy Silverado bucket seats re-covered in leather and suede / custom center console and door panels / Dakota Digital gauges / Empire billet accessories / custom headliner / Billet Specialties Psycho steering wheel
BY: Misha Munoz

CD head unit / Kicker 700.4 amplifiers / Kicker 10-inch L7 subwoofers / Kicker 65.2 RS-series component speakers
By: Misha Munoz


Special Thanks:
Misha Munoz and Kevin Moloney Contracting